Left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav claimed his maiden hat-trick as India beat Australia by 50 runs in the second one-day international in Kolkata on Thursday.
Kuldeep Yadav became the third Indian after Kapil Dev and Chetan Sharma to take hat-trick in ODIs.
Rain added to the on-field drama when Pandya was dismissed off a no-ball and the Aussies then appealed for run-out.
Hardik Pandya was at the non-striker's end when a Bhuvneshwar Kumar shot felled him.
The attacking Australia left-hander has his wife Candice and kids in tow as the team traverses India.
Highlights, India vs Australia: A brilliant opening spell from Bhuvneshwar Kumar and a terrific hat-trick from Kuldeep Yadav towards the end of the innings helped India beat Australia by 50 runs at Eden Gardens, Kolkata to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.
The Australian captain is set to pay his 100th ODI at Eden Gardens on Thursday.
The former India skipper impressed Kolkata Police with his shooting skills.
The chinaman bowler has had a measure of Warner in Test and ODIs.
The rain that has affected practice so far seems to be receding as match day approaches.
Australia are all set to play the second one-day international of the five-match ODI series against India in Kolkata on Thursday and the visitors' captain Steve Smith says they will come back hard to give India a tough competition
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India would expect their top order batsmen to make amends for a rare poor show in the series-opener and hope that the spinners continue to torment Australia when the two teams clash in the second One-Dayer in Kolkata.
The veteran actor congratulated Pandya and India for winning the first ODI vs India.
The former India skipper gives telling inputs to his spinners from his position behind the stumps.
Michael Clarke said that Mahendra Singh Dhoni will not only play the 2019 World Cup but will also be a part of the Indian team that will play in 2023 World Cup.
A low pressure area over the Bay of Bengal may bring more rain to Kolkata.